Category: 2012 Mets Evaluations
2012 Analysis: Bobby Parnell

2012 Analysis: Bobby Parnell

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We are now four years into the Bobby Parnell Show. What have we learned? When we first saw Parnell as a 23 and 24 year-old, crackling 101-MPH fastballs into the catcher's ...

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2012 Analysis: Jon Niese

2012 Analysis: Jon Niese

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Would you consider 2012 to be a "breakout season" for Jonathon Niese? Last November, my evaluation of Jonathon Niese included two major concerns: would he ever have ...

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2012 Analysis: Jeremy Hefner

2012 Analysis: Jeremy Hefner

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Once July came around, there wasn't much for baseball fans in Queens to root for. Outsiders would likely chuckle at the idea that Mets fans found it thrilling when a journeyman ...

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2012 Evaluation: Matt Harvey

2012 Evaluation: Matt Harvey

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Hope died quickly for Mets fans after the 2012 All-Star Break, turning into despair. The season seemed all but lost, and in many ways, another step backward for the ...

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2012 Evaluation: Dillon Gee

2012 Evaluation: Dillon Gee

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After a breakout 2011 season that saw him win 13 games, the future looked bright for over-achiever Dillon Gee. And, Gee built on that promise with even better performance in the ...

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2012 Analysis: Frank Francisco

2012 Analysis: Frank Francisco

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After tearing up the AL East with a 17-save campaign for the Toronto Blue Jays as a 31-year-old in 2011, Frank Francisco was the Mets' biggest free-agent signing last winter - ...

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2012 Analysis: Josh Edgin

2012 Analysis: Josh Edgin

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Despite showing an intriguing skill set during spring training, Josh Edgin was left behind come April, finally making it to Flushing in mid-July. Once a member of the big club, ...

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2012 Analysis: R.A. Dickey

2012 Analysis: R.A. Dickey

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Let's see ... R.A. Dickey climbed Mount Kilimanjaro, wrote a bestselling book, threw back-to-back one-hit shutouts, won 20 games, and may have bagged a Cy Young Award. Is there ...

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